Feb 20, 2013 11:00pm EST
unsolved to this day. state's attorney angela alsobrooks is reaching beyond the statutory confines of her office to do more than just prosecutors the killers and involving the office she assumed two years ago. gary nurenberg talked to her on the day she was sworn in and saw some changes when he talked to her again tonight. gary. >> reporter: it is an evolution of sorts, lesli, but one grounded in the motivations that helped make her in 2011 the first woman to be the county's chief prosecutor. >> that was in prince george's county. >> reporter: she talked that night about the unsolved murder of her great grandfather and the impact on her family. >> there was never any justice for my family. >> reporter: and now when she sees dead school children, there is more than just empathy. >> it's a painful long lasting feeling. and so my heart goes out to any family who suffers the loss of a loved one through violence. >> reporter: she's a mom raising a little girl in prince george's county thinking two years ago about other moms. >> and i believe that it's important to save other people's children.
Feb 8, 2013 11:00pm EST
at the door of couple, angela bower and jennifer shriner. >> for me, for all intents and purposes is a contract that says look, i'm giving up parental rights. >> kansas law says differently. dr. michelle. >> many states automatically say, if an insemination does not take place, either in a physician's office or under a physician's guidance, that donor will automatically be considered as a parental figure. >> and that's why kansas wants the government assistance they paid back from morata. >> you don't have to deal with any of that because the donors agreements are with us. >> i believe it's unethical. >> this donor talked to us on the condition we wouldn't show his face or name. he passed the genetic medical and other testing fairfax bank requires. our donor admits although he is protected, he wasn't 100% clear on the law. and frankly, he's surprised. >> i think there are a lot of variables in it and the state have their reasons for doing what they are doing. i think it's crazy, especially for the kid. >> his attorneys filed a petition to have the case dismissed. in case y
Feb 25, 2013 11:00pm EST
to be there. >> reporter: state's angela brooks has emerged as a strong voice. she says everyone plays a part. >> this is a caring community and our resolve grows stronger every day. >> reporter: after this latest arrest, mcgraw says there are two cases still open. if you have information to help them close them, give them a call. we're here in forestville tonight, debra alfarone, wusa 9. >>> did you know that one out of three teenagers will experience some sort of violence in a dating relationship at some point? tomorrow night, debra has a heartbreaking story and the signs you need to know to help save a life. >>> in tonight's health alert, new guidelines for dealing with those dreaded ear infections. diagsing and treating them is not always easy for doctors. now the american academy of ped at tricts is -- pediatrics is updating its guidelines for children between the ages of 6 months and 12 years so doctors can make a moore accurate diagnosis and decide the best treatment. >> the children who benefit most from starting antibiotics are those with discharge or ruptured eardrum or high fever.